The UAE Public Prosecution warns of a cybercrime punishable by a fine of 2 million dirhams and imprisonment
The Public Prosecution in the United Arab Emirates has warned all citizens and expatriates in the country of a cybercrime that carries a penalty of up to a fine of 2 million dirhams, imprisonment, and up to death.
The Public Prosecution of the United Arab Emirates has issued a warning about a cybercrime that is punishable by a fine of 2 million dirhams in addition to imprisonment or even death.
The Public Prosecution in the United Arab Emirates has issued a warning to all nationals and expats living in the country about a cybercrime that can result in a fine of up to 2 million dirhams, imprisonment, and even the possibility of being put to death.
Dubai Police instructions regarding the spread of drug promotion messages on social media sites
Instructions from the Dubai Police Department regarding the dissemination of communications that promote drug use on social media platforms, The public has been instructed by Dubai Police on what to do in the event that they receive messages promoting narcotic substances via social media sites. The instructions stress the importance of ignoring these messages entirely, blocking the phone number, then immediately reporting the incident to Dubai Police, and finally communicating with Dubai Police.
How to report messages promoting prohibited items in the UAE
How to report messages that promote things that are illegal to sell in the UAE, When messages are received that promote narcotic substances that are illegal in the country, Dubai Police have emphasized how important it is to report them. Reporting must be done using the toll-free call center 901 or through the electronic crime platform "E Crime" supplied by Dubai Police through its smart application or website. Both of these options are provided by Dubai Police.
Warning the Public Prosecution against publications promoting banned substances in the UAE
Issue a warning to the Public Prosecution about publications that promote substances that are prohibited in the UAE, As part of its efforts to contribute to supporting the competent agencies in the country to combat this scourge by educating the public about the dangers of this crime in accordance with what was stipulated in Federal Law No. 14 of 1995 regarding... Combating narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, which criminalizes the possession of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, the Public Prosecution in the country issued a warning against the crime of disseminating information to traffic or promote drugs. This was done in The publication of any information for the purpose of trafficking drugs or promoting their use via the use of information technology was one of the issues that was addressed by the UAE legislature in Federal Decree Law No. 5 of 2012, which was related the fighting of information technology crimes. By stipulating in Article 36 that it is a criminal offense for anyone who creates, manages, or supervises an electronic website or publishes information on the computer network, or an information technology means, for the purpose of trafficking or promoting narcotics or psychotropic substances and the like, or how to take them, or to facilitate dealing in them in cases other than those authorized, or to facilitate taking them in ways other than those authorized by the government. According to the legislation, the individual who commits this offense is subject to one of the following punishments: either a sentence of temporary imprisonment and a fine ranging from 500,000 to 1,000,000 dirhams, or the greater of the two possible fines.